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, relations between the united states and cuba become much more amicable, or relations are restored, i would like to see this to be considered as a way in which guantanamo could be used. because earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, this is a very busy seismic area, the caribbean. there are disasters that occur throughout the region almost every year. okay. i called this talk sort of my boys of discovery. i'll tell you how this became a research topic of mine, because when i first decided to write about guantanamo, it was 2003, and there was practically nothing written about the history of guantanamo. and at that time and had not achieved the infamous reputation that it has subsequently acquired as an interrogation and detention center for suspected international terrorists are well, i had written the paper about the good neighbor policy that i want to get published, and it mention guantanamo in passing. and one of the outside readers who hated my essay, asked rhetorically, how would mr. schwab deal about it if cuba had a major military base on u.s. soil? well, the notion of coors seemed preposte
relations with the united states in 1995. hen knoy's overwhelming goal was to win favorable trade deals with the united states and admission to globaled bodies like the world trade organization, bringing up unpleasant subjects like agent orange, worked against that strategy. but having detained these schools, hanoi has begun to press its demands and is demanding compensation for the suffering of its people and that has put the united states in a tough spot. not wanting to set a precedent but on the other hand recognizing vietnam is an increasingly vital military security allies and trading partner. it also raises a larger issue of what responsibility to the u.s. military has to clean up the environmental messes after the war a run. meanwhile another hidden problem with agent orange is impacting our veterans. with each passing year medical researchers are discovering many illnesses many of them major chronic diseases like parkinson's for which exposure to the agent orange turns out to be a risk factor. hundreds of thousands have been denied va care for years and is said they avoided for
obama will have been leading the united states for exactly one year. the year was filled with challenges, afghanistan, iraq, the economy, health care. how did he meet those challenges? we spoke back in november with an extraordinary panel of eminent historians. peggy noonan, robert carol, nell irving painter. a terrific conversation. i thought it was important to bring it to you again now as we look back at the president's first year. also on the show, a battle you may never have heard of. you will want to learn all about it. many say it encapsulated many of the problems that america faces in the war at large. the best military report, military expert in the country, tom bricks, joins me to tell you about it. while much of the focus of the nation and the show is on the hotspots around the world, what about the rest of the world? we will talk with the famous international writer and scholar of singapore to get a very different perspective on the world. let's get started. >>> all day long on cable, news talk shows, we hear about how president obama's doing. on fox, some say he's a socialis
security today but are other countries blowing off new safety measures mandated by the united states? >>> the recent blast of cold weather not just needing an extra jacket or so but led to a bumpy commute around town. we are on pothole pat local and emergency repairs that could impact your ride. fox 5 morning news continues ght now at 6:00. >> thank you for staying with us. it is 6:00 on this tuesday morning, january 5th. a live look at our nation's capitalrom tower cam. it is cold out there. good morning, i'm gurvir dhindsa. >> i'm steve chenevey. we do have one school delay to pass along this morning out in western maryland. garrett county schools or a two- hour delay today. they will be opening a little bit later in garrett county this morning. >> and also bishop ireton school in alexandria is closed today. they don't have any water or heat. cold again today. >> more cold. we've got a cold start to the day. temperatures in the 20s. the difference between this morning and yesterday morning, we see some snow here and there. light snow, nothing to worry about but a few snow showers.
in the united states and around the world. i'm fareed zakaria. we see barack obama from two lens this week. on the one hand, he's the president. directing america's formidable might to ease the plight of millions in haiti. on the other, he's the de facto head of the democratic party. a party that just suffered a major electoral loss. there's lots of analysis what went wrong for the democrats, whether the country is in ideological terms to the left or sxrit what else this means for obama's presidency. is he a lame duck? let's start with some historical perspective. obama's approval ratings one year into his tenure are roughly the same as ronald reagan, bill clinton, jimmy carter's. the two bushes had higher ratings. 41 because of the collapse of the soviet union. and 43, because of 9/11. and the rallying effect that had on the presidency. so obama's situation is not dramatically worse than many of his predecessors which means it can be corrected. but what should he do? i would put it very simply. obama needs to start acting like a president and particularly the president he campaigned to be
in the united states around the world. today a mix of the new and the old. i wanted to show you, again, a few terrific panels we've done an also some new material of particular interest. now, in 16 days, president barack obama will have been leading the united states for exactly one year. the year was filled with challenges. afghanistan, iraq, the economy, health care. how did he meet those challenges? we spoke back in november with an extraordinary panel of eminent historians. peggy no-- i thought it was important to bring it you, again, now as we look back at the president's first year. also on the show a battle you might never have heard of. the battle of wanat. if you care about the u.s.' involvement in afghanistan you'll want to learn all about it. many say it encapsulated many of the problems that america faces in the world at large. the best military report and military expert in the country tom ricks joins me to tell you about it. >>> while most of the focus of the nation and this show is on the hot spots around the world, what about the rest of the world? we'll talk to the famous sch
. >>> this is "gps" the global public square. welcome to our oviewers in the united states and around the world. i'm fareed zakaria. we see barack obama from two lenses this week. on the one hand, he's the president, directing america's formidable right to help the ease in haiti. he is the head of the democratic party, the party that just suffered a major electoral loss. a lot of analysis of what went wrong for the democrats of whether the country is in ideological terms to the left or to the right and what all this means for obama's presidency. is he a lame duck? let's start with some historical perspective. obama's presidential ratings one year into his tenure are roughly the same as ronald reagan and bill clinton and jimmy carter's. the two bushes had higher ratings 41 because of the collapse of the soviet union and number 43 because of the rallying effect on the presidency. it is not much worse than his predecessors so it can be corrected. what should he do? obama needs to start acting like a president and, particularly, the president he campaigned to become. for the last six months, barack ob
not on the no-fly list. >>> new rules went into effect for travelers flying to the united states from overseas. all passengers from or traveling through 14 countries considered high-risk are to receive full body patdowns and have their carry-on luggage opened and inspected. let's bring in tom costello. the new rules took into effect today. you were detailing how intense the security was, even yourself patted down head to toe. >> i was coming in from brussels, not on the list of countries that are considered high-risk. but nonetheless, perhaps an indication of what you can expect if you're traveling from one of those countries or even with enhanced security in europe. they did a patdown from my shoulder to my toes and around my waist. they had my open up my belt. the officer literally took his hands and felt inside my jeans around my waist, only my waist, but checking to see if i was wearing anything there. once we were on the flight the captain turned off the map about halfway across the atlantic ocean and 25 minutes or so before landing, all seat belts were secured and nobody was allowed to g
respected private business, revered private business more than we have now in the united states, that other nations have more pro-growth policies than we do, are more natural resource oriented than we are, less tax oriented, less exposure to budget deficits that we do here in america. remember the other night anna dark yoe jim hackett told us ghana and algeria are easier to deal with than the united states in doing business. algeria. read "savage war and peace," watch the. these are more investor friendly than the u.s.? if china is better than capitalist america, why shouldn't ghana be a hot bed of investment? what's safe for the united states? what's safer? we're going to talk about developed countries after the break. that's called a tease in tv speak. now i want to highlight the safest developing ones with terrific stocks to shock you -- that's right, i'm going to shock you out of your complacency. brazil, china and peru. that's right, you heard me. brazil, china and peru are all safe countries to put your money in. in many ways safer than the united states, because they do not favor a d
association of police chiefs. we represent law enforcement throughout the united states. this is a critical issue, no matter what size your agency is. if you are a large agency like new york or if you are a one-man police department, the ability to share information and communicate that information in a timely fashion is critical to public safety. we support wholly the efforts to remove the d-block from the auction and to provide that for public safety. what we need to see is leadership, here in washington. you have heard or you will hear from the public safety people who say how important this is that we are able to communicate and not just law enforcement to law enforcement but law enforcement talking to fire services to emergency services people. everyone must be able to communicate. they must be able to talk and send data between each other and it's very important that the people in washington, our leaders and elected officials take a leadership position and provide us with the tools so we can make our communities at home safe. >> thank you, chief lane. i introduce chief bob hendricks.
of that review throughout the united states government, and with international partners who are also sending support. search and rescue teams are actively working to save lives. our military has secured the airport and prepared it to receive the heavy equ[pment and resources that are on the way, and to receive them around the clock, 24 hours a day. an airlift has been set up to deliver high-priority items like water and medicine. and we're coordinating closely with the haitian government, the united nations, and other countries who are also on the ground. we have no higher priority than the safety of american citizens, and we've airlifted injured americans out of haiti. we're running additional evacuations, and will continue to do so in the days ahead. i know that many americans, especially haitian americans, are desperate for information about their family and friends. and the state department has set up a phone number and e-mail address that you can find at www.state.gov -- www.state.gov -- to inquire about your loved ones. and you should know that we will not rest until we account for our
statements relative to the united states' position on the issue with the bombing and additional security that is takiki place right now at airports around the world. as you know, from have been increased security measures put in place at airports for people entering the united states, including patdowns, additional screenings and some cases they are hand checking luggage and going through every, single item that's inside a piece of luggage before allowing it to be put on board an therapy is inbound for the united states. the president, of course, was in hawaii at the time of this bombing, the attempted bombing of the flight that arrived in detroit, michigan a couple of weeks ago, and he has made strong statements in terms of what happened and why it happened. a lot of finger pointing has been going on for the past week or so over who is responsible for allowing this passenger to get on board with explosives in his underwear. you'll recall a gentleman from africa was on his way to the united states and attempted to ignite a substance packed in his clothing. people on board the flight wres
confirmed publicly that the united states would no longer release guantanamo bay prisoners of yemeni doesn't back to their homeland. >> make no mistake, we will fix anything that has damaged our interests and recruit. >> i'll ask a member of the 9/11 commission why so many of their recommendations have gone unheeded. that coming up. >>> moving to afghanistan, the suicide bomber who killed seven cia officers at an american military base. the terrorist was a double agent, and tonight we have new details on how he managed to slip through security. >> this is a jordanian doctor, one former senior u.s. intelligence official says he was providing very important information on some very high-level targets. >> the double agent was brought onto the cia base in afghanistan without first being given a polygraph test, one of the basic tools in establishing a spy's trustworthiness. he had provided bona fide information. a u.s. intelligence official says there was still questions about his reliability and the access he claimed to have through senior al qaeda leaders. >> he had already been to the base a
the business climate is better in those countries than it is in the united states. >> right. >> my question is if other countries are so much more attractive and business friendly than the united states currently, should we have even greater than 20% exposure to international? >> i waffle over this. 20% is foreign. 10% is gold. that leaves 70% for united states. i am not giving up on this country. we have a lot of great values. remember, many of the s&p stocks and most of the dow stocks are international companies. they will take advantage of exactly what you're talking about. 20% overseas is very high. probably the highest of any money manager i know. that's how far i'm going and not a percent further. i need to go to mitch in south carolina which i call carolina. mitch? >> got a big-time booyah from charleston, south carolina. >> go ahead. >> -- around $40 a share just before the recent push. currently up about 20% and definitely think the stock has more room to run. my question is around the fact that i bought fluor in '09 and don't think it's a trade i can turn into a long-term capital
right now with all vessels from port to port of the united states, they submit a 96 hour notice of arrival and we do security checks and go through documentation and sometimes with physical boarding teams on the vessel. with liquidfied natural gas we do board the vessel and ensure that the documentation is in order and make sure that the people that are on the ship are supposed to be there. >> first, the latest into the investigation linking the failed bomber to al-qaeda. molly hennen berg has the details. >> president obama says yemen where 23-year-old umar farouk abdulmutallab prepped for his christmas day terrorist mission is a country "grappling with crushing poverty and deadly insurgency." yemen has sent hundreds of troops to two eastern provinces in the country where the government has little control to try to root out terrorists operating there. president obama says al-qaeda in yemen and the broader arabian peninsula attacked previously. >> they bombed yemeni facilities and western hotels. restaurants and embassies, including our embassy in 2008, killing one american. i m
that he said last night, just like in the united states we respect the religious rights of a community i think the haitians are catholic, christians, and people who believe what is in their right. host: are you haitian? caller: yes, i am. i came over as a kid. we fought alongside the americans in savannah, georgia. we share it -- we shed blood for this country. what mr. robinson said last i was really offensive. -- what mr. robertson. we send money back to haiti every year. there are 55,000 families that are affected by that. it is about 24%. we said about $2 billion every year. we pay our taxes and are good citizens. you can see by looking at the people like wyclef jean, the guy playing basketball, the political director of the white house. we are contributing to society. host: much money do you personally send back? is that nationwide how much patience brink -- send back to haiti? -- is that how much haitians send back? caller: myself i collect money from people for political education and civil society groups. four times a week i do training via skype to organizations. we are all doin
-888-407-4747. >>> the united states is ramping up their efforts to help victims of the haiti earthquake. obama said that they will be swift, coordinated and aggressive. he promises more people and more supplies on the way. >> i have directed my administration to respond with a swift, coordinated, and aggressive effort to save lives. the people of haiti will have the full support of the united states and the urgent effort to rescue those trapped beneath the rubble and the humanitarian need of food, water, and medicine that they will need in the coming days. in that effort, our government, especially usaid and the department defense are working closely with the people of haiti and around the world. >> the battalion chief of the search and rescue team are familiar with the haiti terrain. they helped in 2008 when a school collapsed there. i understand that you have a team that has just boarded an airplane to go to haiti. do you know where your crew will report and what their primary mission will be? >> yes. current they are en route and boarding the aircraft as we speak. they are going to land and once
-participation. >> the latino population is the fastest growing in the united states. we'll show you just how fast growing. another part of the census bureau tracking families. some people have forwarding addresses but they know how to track people down with friends and relatives to make sure everyone in the household is counted. >> that isn't comforting to know they know how to track people down. there's a lot of fear in this. >> there's fear among the latino population with the census. you would never answer the door, honestly, and answer these questions. the census bureau working really hard on this marketing campaign which has $100 million of stimulus money in it, by the way, to make sure that people know this is something you have to do. this is important to measure how many people are in this country, where they live, and federal funding, house seats, a lot depends on this. it's all private information. ten minutes, ten questions -- >> may i touch it? >> yes, you may. there are five different languages. john is making fun of me because i'm such a population geek. we'll be able to see how they're mov
states, to the united kingdom, might have been relying on those stocks that i'm in, some of those shells, for sample, would use as improvised explosive devices, without any understanding of what was in the shelter those shells were being used by some of the insurgents, in the aftermath of the invasion. as i say, without understanding what the work and i'm not suggesting for a moment that they were of recent production. that they were there and clearly and store presumably in barracks and armories that were looted in the immediate aftermath of the invasion. >> so it took you a while. until the report of the survey group? >> yes, i think that was when it began to be clear that this was not the case. again, one of the issues that i've never quite understood, i think it's a straightforward issue, is why it's iraq, saddam, did not have access to the stocks, did he spend such an enormous amount of time and effort in trying to forestall the work of the expected that there isn't an entirely satisfactory answer to that that i'm aware of the. other than i have speculated as to whether, for example
in the financial sector and in the united states is well known. typically the problem is some kind of oversight, even the attempted bomber on christmas and the national security problems we have had for the last few years. regulation that is required or needed to be overlooked -- needed could be overlooked. thank you. host: the vice chairman of the fed spoke at the conference in atlanta. in "the financial times" they reported, "the fed has been working internally for months on how, when the time comes, they would put an end to the exceptionally loose monetary policy adopted since 2008. that exit strategy is delicate for economic reasons, not least the $100 billion in excess reserves formed by the fed's massive increase to the size of its balance sheet. the fed has taken pains to emphasize that the proof -- preparation does not indicate an imminent change in strategy, as recover -- recovery remains anemic." md., -- excuse me, california. democratic line. gary. hello there. caller: basically what i believe is that this is simpler and i wanted to touch on something, historic leading interest rates
are killed or injured. they have no emergency services to rely on now. the united states is trying to help with civilian and military aid. they are also sending in rescue teams. >> the main thing that is are needed are search andres cue and immediate assistance for food and water for people trapped in buildings. the search andres cue is going to be a priority for the government and organizations in haiti. >> with so many of the phone and power lines down, we are getting word from your fellow viewers, i-reporters in haiti. jonathan works with a church group and here he is describing what he saw. >> three-story houses collapsed on to the one below it. i saw fences, block wall fences fallen on a motorcycle. one woman, i could only see her head, the rest of her body was trapped under the fence, under a block wall. she had, obviously, i think she was dead. she has blood coming out of her eyes, nose and ears. >> an american airlines flight from haiti to miami was boarding when the earthquake struck. some chose not to get on. the flight took off and landed safely. passengers say they weren't exac
and responsibility to the indian nations. in november, the president of the united states was here in this place hosting a white house travel nations with more than 400 leaders of the federal derecognized tribes in america appear i. we're working with law enforcement in indian country. with the department of education to improve the 83 schools that serve the 44,000 children over which we have responsibility to provide an education. after 13 long years of litigation strangling this department, we have reached a settlement in litigation and nobody thought we could do it. [applause] on the energy front, we have been hard at work to change how we do business and build a comprehensive energy plan for the country. in the last year, we have offered new areas for oil and gas development, but we have instituted reforms to ensure that we're offering leases in the right places and in the right way. importantly, we have opened a new energy frontier on america's lands and oceans that will help power are clean energy economy into the future. for the first time ever, a responsibly -- an environmentally respons
to the united states this morning. he thinks there's about 100,000 casualties. other estimates as high as 500,000. what's your best estime right now? >> george, i don't want to hazard a guess. we know from the analysis we're doing with the teams that are on the ground there, that it's devastated. there are about 3 million people affected. thousands and thousands, don't want to put a number, but tens of thousands, we fear are dead. many thousands more injured. you know, when you look at the television pictures that you and others are broadcasting, you see all of this. but when you're on the ground, you see the roads that are totally impassable. an airport that was knocked out of commission. no air traffic control. trying to piece together the step-by-step, patient work that is necessary to minimize the loss of both life. and try to get people back into some semblance of normalcy, is just very hard. >> this is a country that's just going to have to be rebuilt from the ground-up, isn't i >> well, thankfully, the people of haiti are a resilient people. i've been going down there, i hate to say it
. >> reporter: the united states is still the world's strongest economy but our competitive edge is eroding. >> that's why innovation is more important than ever. that's the key to good new jobs in the 21st century. >> we choose to go to the moon in this decade. >> reporter: in the 1960s, launching the apollo space program created millions of jobs. and led to innovations like fuel cells and freeze dried food. that same decade the defense department began building a computer network that became the internet. >> tens of millions of jobs were created from the innovation around the internet and it's time to do that again. >> reporter: justin rattner is chief officer for intel. >> now is the time to be investing and not saving. you don't save your way out of recession. you invest wur wyour way out of. now, look at what they're up against. india's high tech giant just opened this $120 million training center. the biggest corporate college in the world. >> people start with the company as their first job. >> reporter: the ceo says the 330-acre campus will train an army of 14,000 new engineers a ye
of the united states government but still eight years after 9/11, the dots weren't connected. the puzzle pieces were there, but the intelligence agencies failed to put that puzzle together. that is what really has made the president angry and the reason he wants to see some changes. >> savannah, while you were talking we saw an aide from the white house press office bring the binder with the president's planned remarks out to the lectern. here comes the president through the center entrance of the blue room of the white house. >> good afternoon, everybody. i just concluded a meeting with members of my national security team including those from our intelligence, homeland security and law enforcement agencies involved in the security reviews that i ordered after the failed attack on christmas day. i called these leaders to the white house because we face a challenge of the utmost urgency. as we saw on christmas, al qaeda and its extremist allies will stop at nothing in their efforts to kill americans. were determined not only to thwart those plans but to disrupt, dismantle and defeat their nedwo
an aircraft. and there were 3,500 flights airborne over the united states at the time. and who can guarantee that there wasn't another event about to happen on one of those flights as well? >> reporter: the u.s. is trying to convince european nations to use more full-body scanners to pick up suspected bombers. britain's prime minister, gordon brown, has called for an international summit on terror in late january to talk about preventing future terrorist attacks. and the senate intelligence committee will be conducting its own investigation to find out why there was so much miscommunication among antiterror agencies. those hearings begin january 21st. jennifer johnson, nbc news, washington. >>> conservative radio host rush limbaugh was released from a hawaii hospital today. he was ten there wednesday after having chest pains while on vacation in haonolulhonolulu. today, limbaugh said tests showed nothing wrong with his heart. >>> still ahead on "news4 at 6" this evening, making it out of a fire alive. we'll tell you what one family did right. >>> find out why a deadly bombing at a cia camp m
which is a huge security problem when dealing with devastation of this scale. here in the united states during hurricane katrina we had general honore who got it to happen. the united states is sending 2,000 marines to help the u.n. peace keepers who have served as police in haiti in the past. a little over a hundred will leave today. what they will do is prepare for the arrival of another roughly 800 personnel tomorrow. then some 2,200 marines are being deployed to help with security as well as search and rescue and the delivery of humanitarian supplies, so important. >> we're going to work with the international peacekeepers under the u.n. to supplement them in providing security. they have been basically the police force. haiti doesn't have an army. they didn't have have much police force. it is being rebuilt by the united nations with our assistance. this is a country that's suffered so many blows. last year it was four hurricanes. this year an earthquake. it is hard almost to imagine. but the people of haiti are resilient. they are a hopeful people. we are going to do everything we
and actually seeing seeing hatred then and love now it's wonderful. >> god bless. god bless the united states of america. >> wow. hard to remove yourself as a newsperson from the emotions and the history of that day, but standing all the way down there at the lincoln memorial with reggie and with other folks that we had never met before it was profound. it was as profound a moment as i have ever experienced in this field. >> if you don't mind me saying this, you got emotional watching it. >> yeah just watching it. i was able to go as a citizen. many of us came to town i get emotional thinking about it. i came from parents who had to go to n many cases segregated schools. my integrated the university i eventually attended. it's hard to separate the emotion. >> my parents, the things they went through, things my grandparents went through, on that day, it was an african-american being sworn in as president of the united states. >> um-hum. >> you were sitting in that crowd, and you looked around and you saw people who had made it in wheelchairs and walkers, on this bitter c
in the united states and the earnings of the big companies that are about to report. in fact, i regard it as an inverse correlation. the more they fire here, the more money they make. and the hirer their stock goes. given that business is so bad in this country and better almost everywhere else, i believe companies will be penalized with lower stock prices if they hire here and will rally if they hire overseas where the growth is. what matters during earning season is less earnings, and right now joblessness equals profits. it's a fact. when it comes to this kind of thing, getting political, making judgments whether it's the congress' fault for making things so darn confusing and difficult for small business, or whether it's the rich moneybag bankers that shouldn't make their pay, maybe they're the problem. all of those things just obscure what we need to think about as investors, which is how much money companies are making from not hiring people. case in point, caterpillar. see that one today? stock folded $3.79. it was a stunning move. a stunning move. talk about a company that's la
. the companies that are rallying are divorced. divorced from the united states. and they aren't paying any alimony or child support. now, when you're on one of these money political shows, when you're discussing the prospects of the president and the democrats, you have to focus on the impact of job losses. and you know what you got to say! scary, sad. and you think all of these companies are deadbeats! [ gunfire ] that aren't hiring, their profits should be garnished if they're not helping the costs. but this is not a political show. if you own shares in a company, you must hope that the company is doing everything it can to take its business overseas. and you're not thinking of adding anyone here, because it's too expensive. and not productive enough. in fact, it's worse. companies based in america have realized that it pays to fire, not hire. fire, not fihire. don't believe me? look at u.p.s., which i learned from my charitable trust. the stom jumped 2.5 cents today after being up since last friday. why a second-day rally? i think you have a second-day rally because it shows the company
of the united states before christmas of this past year. and this organization, in the shadow of the cia, was created to connect the dots. we've heard the president of the united states say the dots were out there and we simply did not connect them. so will this guy be the guy to go in it's interesting because a little before christmas he did grant an interview to npr, national public radio, and in it, and this is very troubling, he says we're not going to stop every attack. he goes on to say americans have to understand that it is impossible to stop every terrorist event, but we have to do our best. is a guy, who is saying, hey, look, we can't catch all the balls, is he the one you want in the job? perhaps his head will roll. >> they said in langly, they can't believe he didn't return to the back cave because that's where it is called and that's where the clearinghouse is. some of the pictures you have seen in the local newspapers of a second floor shot looking down at a bunch of tables, that's the counter terror center. for him to put on his goggles and go down the ski slopes is uncons
day terror suspect and warning new attacks inside the united states. bin laden has not been heard from since september. in his message he calls umar farouk abdulmutallab a hero fighter and slams the u.s. and its support for israel. >> it is unfair that you enjoy a safe life while our brothers in gaza suffer greatly. therefore with god's will power attacks on you long continue as well as you continue to support israel. trace: u.s. authorities are working to authenticate the message. the former chief of the cia's bin laden unit. i guess by listening to this thing correctly he is not taking responsibility, claiming responsibility for this failed christmastide bombing. he certainly is endorsing it and praising it. >> yeah. i think that is exactly the conclusion to draw. my own suspicion is this fellow was trained in yemen, sent by al qaeda in yemen. most attacks against the united states in the united states are going to be authorized by osama bin laden. trace: i wonder, you look at the date of this thing. we are talking about a month after that failed christmas day attempt. why wait a mon
, president obama pledged the full support of the united states. >> haitians are our neighbors in the americas and here at home, so we have to be there for them in their hour of need. >> reporter: the "uss carl vincent" will be a base at sea to provide communications and supplies like fresh water. many have taken to the internet to show support. less than 24 hours after the quake, a text message campaign has raised more than $1 million for the red cross. and that help i soarly needed, as we've just said. in fact, still now, there are stories emerging of people still waiting for medical care. currently, most of the hospitals are down, and so people are in clinics, basically out on the street, triage clinics, people are coming to these clinics asking for help, but there are a lot of people, matt and meredith, who are not still now getting the medical care they need after this devastating earthquake. now back to you. >> and we're hearing there are no medical supplies to be had. let's brg in brian williams, who is there at the airport along with ann and al. brian, good morning to you. >> reporter:
a spectacle of the american system of justice. i think the president of the united states has a solemn responsibility to obtain credible information to prevent future tag, giving this young man the rights of the american civil justice system, tens us the opportunity to treat him as an enemy combatant. the supreme courters have held the legality of military tribunals where they don't have to give them due process rights. this is a country, america, that is at war right now and treating this issue as a legal matter is a terrible miss taefl particularly when this terrorist individual in question has already indicated there are other people who are seeking to come to the united states to carry out terrorist acts. we need to treat this as a matter of war. >> did you give that speech when mr. bush and mr. cheney were prosecuting mr. moussaoui? you were in the white house. did you resign in protest? >> the difference here, of course, is that richard reid was on an airplane. we did not have the same system in place after 9/11 that we do here now. why after we know that there is credible inform
. >>> let's get to weather now. cold and getting colder in much of the united states. and you, of course, are sending in your ireports to prove it. take a look at this. these pictures are in from janet molsom in omaha, nebraska. she said getting anywhere means driving through a maze flanked by walls of snow. that's pretty descriptive, janet. she also says this is the most snow she has seen in the ten and a half years she has lived in omaha. back to rob marciano as promised. we know for sure now, rob, this is not just cold, it is deadly cold. >> yeah, it's going to remain dangerously cold right through the weekend for a good chunk of the country. the pattern that's setting up is not entirely favorable to switching gears, like we see with most cold snaps. we get a cold snap, the air moderates, a storm comes in, scours out some of that cold air. all we're seeing is one air mass after another coming down from canada. until we exhaust that supply, we're looking at temperatures that are going to be below freezing in many cases, some in cases below zero. 28 in ashtabula with snow falling across
against president obama at the moment he took office. how the united states responded. >>> also, everyone knows what play-doh is. so why did airport screeners confiscate the gift from a little boy? >>> hello and welcome to hln "news & views." we are talking this morning as we start with this 14-year-old girl who is on her way to school. she was killed when she was struck by an amtrak train traveling in to school. all amtrak service is at a stand still to give investigators access to that scene. the girl was struck in middle river, maryland. that is ten miles northeast of baltimore. an amtrak spokesperson says the company hopes service will get back to normal by rush hour this afternoon. amtrak says the northeastern corridor is the most travelled region in the country. >>> the nationwide cold snap is so extreme, we can officially say that it's turned deadly, unfortunately. it's caused at least four lives, all of them reported in tennessee. they include anna alzheimers pal and a man who didn't turn on the heat in his home. >> somebody came by to bring food. when they came back, the food the
facebook comments. lisa wrote, every single person in the united states should have the right to vote. it is what this country was based on. seems a few would like to stop that. that is unconstitutional. that is just the beginning of this discussion, christi. it is an interesting one. we think it's one worth having because it actually affects thousands of people. there are thousands of inmates, you know, millions of people that have opinions about this. >> yeah. one of them is on my facebook page, too. riley wrote to us saying, yes, absolutely not. but the reason that they're in prison, she says, is because they committed a crime and lost their rights. they should have no say in the government and should not be allowed to vote. period. very emphatic there. >> yes, very emphatic. and probably more people are lining up with that opinion but not everyone so we're trying to give you a good sample here. we want to continue the conversation. the question is, should prison inmates have the right to vote? okay, jump on the phone, 1-877-tell-hln. if you prefer you can e-mail us at cnn.com/hln
an action against the united states for this unfair treatment, i think remains to be seen. i think what everybody is hoping, including a lot of democrats is this goes away in the conference committee. >> greta: there are a number of state attorney generals who signed on besides yourself. i was liking through the list one of the names isn't on there is the attorney general for the state of nebraska. i assumed he was a democrat. he's a republican. did you call him and ask him what he thought about his state getting this? >> i do know that some of the republican a g's talked to him and i think he's kind of keeping quiet. i think he's also hoping the city going away. i can't imagine anybody wanting to look at the voters of the other states at least, in the eye and say it is okay nebraska gets this deal and rest of us done. but i can't speak for nebraska. >> greta: did you fan democratic ag's to go along with you did you talk to any democratic a g's and what was the response? >> i talked to one off-the-record, if you will. he's hoping that this is going away. they won't have to deal with it
that marks human death. in the case of haiti, lots of it. the united states seems to be the punching bag for the nations of the world most days. we're called everything from imperilists to warmongers and worse. but once again, in the face of a horrible human tragedy, it's americans who show up first, do the most and expect the least in return. whether it's a tsunami in asia, a famine in africa, or an earthquake in pakistan or haiti. the world knows that while the chinese might export cheap consumer products and the saudis might found oil from the ground and sell it to the world and argentina might ship some beef for the world's marketplace, that when it comes to a time of human tragedy, it's the united states that will export its most precious commodity. its generosity. within hours of the horrific earthquake that hit haiti, americans were pouring record donation in relief efforts of organizations like red cross and salvation army. the united states military dispatched ships, planes, and thousands of personnel to the scene. american relief workers lined up to go to haiti and risked death
. in the case of haiti, lots of it. the united states seems to be the punching bag for the nations of the world most days. we're called everything from imperilists to warmongers and worse. but once again, in the face of a horrible human tragedy, it's americans who show up first, do the most and expect the least in return. whether it's a tsunami in asia, a famine in africa, or an earthquake in pakistan or haiti. the world knows that while the chinese might export cheap consumer products and the saudis might found oil from the ground and sell it to the world and argentina might ship some beef for the world's marketplace, that when it comes to a time of human tragedy, it's the united states that will export its most precious commodity. its generosity. within hours of the horrific earthquake that hit haiti, americans were pouring record donation in relief efforts of organizations like red cross and salvation army. the united states military dispatched ships, planes, and thousands of personnel to the scene. american relief workers lined up to go to haiti and risked death and disease to help desperat
of the united states army. stephen, we love you so much and miss you there.'s not a day that goes by that we are not praying for your safe return. we love you to the moon. >> she had her daddy doll in the pumpkin patch. if you know someone in the service, go to cnn.com/robin. >>> "american idol" went down last night. vanessa spends her time in tennessee, diving off bridges and buying dresses at the dollar store. ♪ >> it's good. she got through to hollywood. the judges liked her authentic country charm. look at simon, he really did. >> check out her reaction. >> vanessa, you better start practicing and believing in yourself otherwise, you're going to get swallowed up. >> none of my friends are going to believe this. >> show them the ticket. see you later. >> of course, i know auditions are not complete without bad singing, strange behavior and stranger outfits. how the human guitar did in front of the judges. >>> jennifer says she's afraid of the human guitar. all right. i know the pictures coming out of haiti have you ready to give. there's a huge need for donations out there. you should k
4 midday," the united states sapresident says we will help the victims of the hatian earthquake in any way possible. >>> the latest lawmaker to weigh in on the legalization of gay marriages in the district. >>> i remember watching "the tonight show" with johnny carson and thinking, >>> right now on "news 4 midday," we're starting to see the devastation caused by yesterday's powerful earthquake in haiti. the magnitude 7.0 quake struck last evening. thousands of buildings in and around the capital city of port-au-prince have now collapsed. the death toll is expected to reach well into the thousands. and the international red cross says as many as 3 million people may be affected in some way by the quake. >>> this morning, the united states is rushing search and rescue teams and other aid to the country. just a short time ago, president obama spoke about the american plans to help. >> search and rescue teams from florida, virginia, and california will arrive throughout today and tomorrow. and more rescue and medical congresswomen and emergency personnel are being prepared. because
of the tea party? >> they start by asking do you believe that barack obama is a united states citizen? do you believe that barack obama was born in america? do you believe that the constitution can allow states to separate out from individual deals on the health care plan? they're all sort of hot-button issues designed to find tape that will allow democrats to identify and marginalize republicans as being part of some sort of fringe. >> yeah. i was just going to say, if that's their plan, i would hope the republicans would take that. those are easy questions to answer, i would think, unless you are an extremist. hey, let's go to another issue right now that has to help democrats out with independent voters, mike. i'm sure it is causing a firestorm on the left. there are a lot of conservatives that say it's not really that big of a deal. but it is with independents. barack obama's expected to propose a major spending freeze to rein in the deficit, freezing 19% of the budget to so-called -- ska with me here -- the domestic discretionary spending. talk about that plan and whether he's going to f
in his regular criminal trial, as if he was an arsonnist citizen of the united states. >> but you're not willing to make a statement about what you think the u.s. should do in terms of any military presence inside yemen? >> i know what we're doing inside of yemen, and that is going to be a decision that general petraeus will make. we will be continuing to look at what the intelligence community is doing. that is our job and, obviously, we're not going to be talking about what the intelligence agency can or has done and will do in yemen. >> senator bond, we do appreciate you taking the time to talk to us. happy new year, sir. >> thank you so much. happy new year. >>> and a developing story out of afghanistan today, where four u.s. troops have been killed in a roadside bombing. nato reports the attack took place in the southern part of the country, but didn't give any further details. they are the first u.s. casualties reported in afghanistan in 2010. >>> also developing now, in a pakistani courtroom, five americans have denied they were plotting terrorist attacks when they were arr
of the prisons of the united states, some of them have been saved. we're grateful for that. we're grateful for everything the u.s. is doing at this point. host: as far as giving out information to florida. how'd you get information? caller: we have created our own system. first, we have a government corresponded in haiti. i spoke with him today for two minutes and the phone cut off. since then, have not been able to reach him. everyone was looking to find a family in different areas. we asked them to call in. they call in and tell us certain areas are ok. for people in those areas, but are not 100% to ensure but that gives them hope. there was a station in haiti that was able to broadcast on the internet, 80.com. -- haiti.com if you're looking for someone, we have found people on the ground who exactly will tell us what the situation is. cnn did a great job. we are grateful for all that is happening. how long will it take to really make z:y of what is happened. we're trying to make sense of what has happened. and about 5 minutes, i will talk to people. my heart is so sad because of what ha
and running way ahead of the united states hospital which just starting to gear up today. >> we know another baby was born there at the israeli hospital. the mother was so grateful, she named her baby israel. thank you. >> robin, when you were gone over the weekend, we were getting so many questions on the website. basically, people asking how does this work, how do you get an entire television production team down there and once you hit the ground, what happens? >> well, we come fully self-contained. we don't want to use any of the limited resources there on the ground. so we come in with our water, food, whatever we can, nonperishables. of course, there are no hotels no running water. the airport was our home base. when i say home base. it was our home. that's where we slept. that's rich besser right there to the right. wherever we could, we put tom, our executive producer -- >> is he on a conveyor belt? >> the first night, he was on a conveyor belt. there's, he's in adoorway. and we're just kind of napping. people are walking all night long. it was just really -- that's tom on a conveyor
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